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Vol. V. No. 101.7.
HONOLULU, H. I., 7111 DAY, OCTOBEll 21, 1898.
Pnion 5 Oknts.
PLANS FOR FORTIFICATIONS
GREAT INCREASE IMPORTS
STILL ANOTHER BANK
OPERVHONS ARE STOPPED
WILCOX AND KING AGAIN
RECEPTION TO NEW CONSUL
Administration Will Call for Good
Nine Months 1898 Exceed Same Time
1897 by $1,380,323.
May Have Quarters in Allen & Rob
Workmen Quit Work on Camp Mo
Both To-day's CommuDlcatlons are
Preparations for the People to Meet
Yang Wei Pin.
WANTS Bespeak a Paper's! M
Popularity. .- -'-M
Read WANTS jaSM M
and see where f?1, -.oj - of
The Bulletin 4-r ' M.
It is the45E.JTJSSa Jf
Porto Rico and Hawaii Will Receive First At
tention -Forts to be Repaired and
New York, October 9. A spe
cinl to the Sun from "Wnsbington
soys; Iu preparing thn muterinl
for thoir forthcoming nnuuitl re
ports, high otliciiits of thu Admin
istration liavo hold severnl coher
ences lately with tho Array nnd
Navy olficers rolutivo to tho mea
sures it will be nocosiary to tnko
to strengthen the fortifica'ions of
important ports and cities Unit
have come to ua through tho war
with Spain. Thu President, Alger
nud Miles are prepared to niak
reci'iiimondntiniis wliioli will bo
laid bnfoto Congress iu the Presi
As legards Manila and other
ports and plnces iu tho Philippines,
of courso,uoHtep4 toward streugth
cniDil tho defenses tliore can be
officially taken until tho ntntax of
th- i-lnnds is finally decided. But
Ihe President knows what it is
that Spain 1ms been cilled upon to
yiold up, and it is fignifiuaiit of
his purposrt tliat tho War Dopart
ment Imh alrowly acquainted itself
with tho needs oE Manila in the
way .of dofotises, aud that estimates
for the coat of certain improve
niiMitt nre soon to bo made by tho
Comparatively little work will
bo nocoHsary to place the defenses
of various ports in Cuba in ex
cellent condition. The Adminid
tirttion will givo itfS firt attention
to tlio defenses of Porto ltico.
Not only will tho President roo
ommfiid that the d-unngo Samp
eon did at Sau Juan bo fully re
paired and tho fortificatious t .oro
made even stronger than .hoy
wero before, but ho is prep r-d to
ndviso that nil other well-located
harbor bo adequately protected.
Engineers will muko an early
repoit on the nocospary improvo-
mut-i at Pearl Ilarbor, Hawaii,
where stiong foitifiuatious will bo
needed. This will coinploto tho
IVATIUt ON KAIMUKI I.OT.S.
A riii l'low htruck nt Noun T
diiy. Vitor was Htruck on tho Kai
muki tract of Gear, Lnusing & Co.'
at noon today. A qpleuditl flow
whs obtained, this being equnl to,
if not excoeding, the tlow of any
well on tho Islands of Oahu.
This should bo vorv welcome
news to tho peoplo who have pu
chased lota on tho tract niontiouf I.
Iho water at its present Ho : s
amply sullicient to furnish w t r
to all tho Iota in thn tract.
Tho prossuro of tho wntor Inn a
head of sorao 300 foet abovo tho
lovoi of tho sea, Buflioient to furn
ish water to tho soco'd story of a
hoiiHO on any pirt of th tr-iet.
Bids for the pumping u'ants nro
almost all iu and tho contend is
soon to bo lot. Tho plant will
liavo nn 18 inch pipo to tho reser
voir, a distauco of nbout a mile.
Tho smill extiuct crater near Tele
graph Hill, is to bo used as the
It should bo wflll understood
that water will bo furnished only
to lota iu tho Kaimuki lota of tho
Gear, Lansing it Co.
It might be added hero that Ar
chitect Tiaphagon is now working
on tho plans for tho first building
on tho Kaimuki tract. This will
bo Btmted next week.
Drill loua Crt-itm CIhm,oIu'.
Try our delicious cream choco
lates with nut cordial marshmal
low, walnut and nlmond cntors.
Satin-gloPBed hand-dipped, Now
York style, fiuit goods. Mado
only by tho New England Hokery
and Caudy Company, Hotel street.
Details of Dutiable, Bonded and Free Goods -SeptembT
1898 Imports forx
Fullowing uro statomouta of the
imports to tho Hawaiian Islands
for tho mouth of Soptombor in
1897 and 1893, furnished by Col
leitor General F. 13. McSlookor to
Minister of Finance S.M. Damon:
Honolulu, United Suites All Othor,
Duti-blc.S 49,18182 117,G15.11
Uondud.... 1,977.13 11,378.01
Treaty.. 201,080.33 nono
vil Odd-. 32,948.91 G2.G75.31
Port of Hi
Port or Ka
Port of Ma-
Total 409,487.15 221,503 52
Honolulu, United States, All Othor.
Dutiable-.. .S 00iii)3.2l 102,318.98
Froe by Ci
vil Code. 51,042.90
Port of Hi
lo 7,972 30
Port or Ku
hukona.. Port of Kni
Total 453,291.90 193,954 0
SUMJrAltV FOIt LAST MONTH.
Total, Dutiable 8102,851.10
" Bonded 10,593 00
" Freo bv Treaty. 290,30150
" FroebyCivilCodo 141,102 03
Total Honolulu GO 1,910 89
" Hilo 7,972.30
" Knhului 29,80 52
" Kuilua 4,551.31
Total Hawaiian Ielauds SO 17,240.02
Total 9 mos. 1898. . . .S7,300,580.50
" 0 " 1897.... 5,980,257.40
.S 1, 3t-0,323.07
October 19, 1893.
Tho man iu tho camp of thu
Engineers who was to rnco the
"Alanoa wonder," John Stlvn, has
backed out aud now tho wonder
wants to puts nil tho traiuiug he
has bnon indulging in, to somo
uso. Ho now chillengon any man
in uithor Camp MoKiuley or Otis
to a raco for any distunco and for
a purse not to oxcop1 S300 mado
up S150 from each contestant.
Roytl makes (lie food pure,
wnolctome anil dellclsai.
Local Capitalists Are Largely Interested
Part of Mr. Raas1 Mission
It has been reported that quar
ters liavo beon takoo in Allen &
Robinson's big blook, Queen street,
for n new bank. It has no con
nection with Mr.Heath'8 project of
establishing tho First National
What is positively known, nt
thn nuteot, is Unit Albert Haas, of
tho E. G. Lyons Company, whole
sale provision deulors, San Fran
cisco, paid n visit to Honolulu
lately, and that ho talkod of a
b ink echt-iiio. Thoro waa to bo a
million dollars capital, aud local
capitalists were interested.
iur. Alien wis seen nau asicou
first about tho renting of tho pre
mises for a bank.
"1 don't kuow nnything about
it," was his reply.
Then ho whs told that his own
name was mentioned ns that of
one directly iuterosted iu tho pro
"I don't know anything nbout
it," came again the roply.
Another gontloman whoso nnme
had beon mooted in connection
with tho scheme rofusod to admit
his personnl identity with it, but
said ho was nwnro thero was such
a project ou foot, adding:
"I am assured that tho venture
will mature at an oarly day."
tVAitii.wr out roil ai.uuicu.
A H"ll r Cnuntrrrlt Money round In
Chas. Aldricb, tho nmatour pho
togrnpher, will bo arrested this
nfternoou if ho can bo found.
Tho police liavo been out after
him smco momiug but nothing as
to his wheroabouts could bo learn
ed. He was at work this morning
birt, upon spying the Marshal in
a hack, wont over a back fence
The warrant issued for
Aldrich contains the charge
of counterfeiting money. A
bcarch of his premises near the
Central Mont Market on Nuuanu
nvenuo thin morning brought forth
n lot of counterfoil Hawaiian bills.
A roll of 8200 in twenty dollar
bills and a ton dollar bill, were
found. Together with this were a
lot of negatives and chemicals,
supposed to liavo been ueci! in
making tho lull i.
Aldrich wnsonco before arrested
on tho same clrnrgo that ho will
bo arrested on this afternoon, if
ho can be fonu t. Suffioiont ovi
dunco to coin t Aldrich, could
not bo obtained.
1 ronir Construction.
In summarizing from memory
tho imtinl correspondonco bptuoen
Gonoral Kiug nod .Tudgo Wilcox
yesterday '-it was said that .fudtio
Wilcox o (To red, "if Ins conimtuits J mako pioutablo purclinscs consult
in court wero proved to hve heon his list and if you have anything
based upon erroneous u port-in to soil call on him. See his 1111
tho papers, ho would readi v make 1 nonnceiiient in Now To-Day. It
an open withdrawal ot such com will pay you.
inonts " Judgo Wilcox desires this ' ' 1
corrected with his actual lauguag. ,
which was: "Permit uio to say
that tho statements of fact which I
mado were based upon informa
tion which I belioved to bo relia
ble. If tho information was not
correct I regret having mado tho
Tho roport comes today that the
patients in tho malarial hospital
on the slopos of Punchbowl uro
doing exceedingly well. Tho loca
tion seoms to be ominently 111 for
patients suffering from malaria.
Appearance of Typhoid Fever Has Capped
Climax- No Official Information Ye
Camps Soon to Be Moved.
Opornlions on tho barracks nt
Camp McKinloy, on the Blopes of
Diamond, Head have ceased for
good by ordor of Gonoral King.
Typhoid fover has broken out and
tho two camps, McKinley and
Otis, will bo moved in the near
Tho appearance of typhoid
fover among the soldiers has call
ed forth this action on tho part of
The Surgeon -Majors Morris nnd
Davis went over tho camps about n
month ago and uxumiued into
the condition of aUnirs. This done,
tlioy mado tho recommendation
to hondqiurteis that auotlior place
for tho inon be boucht out. The
placo was chninetori.ed as un
sanitary nud unfit ns places to
camp tho man.
A cnll was mado at headnuar
tors this morning. General King
was l)Ud but an olucer luruisuod
tho followiug statemuut for thu
"Work on tho barrack liaa
ceased. As yo', thoro is uuthing
official but it is 8if to say that
both tho camps will ho moved iu
tho near futuro. Typhoid fever
has broken ou I ami tho recom
mendations of Mnjors Morris nud
Davis will ho followed.
"As to n pi ace for tho now
camps, I can say nothing nt tho
preeout time. Nothing bus been
General Kiug vicited both
Camps McKinley sud Otis this
morning. Official information ns
to tho moving of the camps to an
other place, may bo expected nt
ciioin: ui:i. i:stati:.
Some I-'Iiim llurjfiiliia fur I)Uoltloit hy
it Itrllnlilx I'lriu.
L C. Abies, well and favorably
known to tho business commun
ity and for sevoral years the suc
cessful manager of tho ico com
pany, has entered tho lists as a
real estate agent. Appriaod of tho
advautngos accruing from repre
sentation in tho Pooplo's Papor
tho Bullki'IN, Mr Abies, iu this
isauo. uudor New To-Day, offers a
fine list of bargains.
Tho stability of Honolulu, its
mnguificent prospects, which will
achiovn consummation in thn very
near future, nssuro roal estate iu
vestmenta as safe and richly pro
fitable. Mr. Ahlos has as an attractive list
of proporty for sale as was ever
uttered in this city. Iu the onum
oration thero aro fino houses, do
sirable building lots, board nud
lodging liousi-B and rooming
Mr. Abies does a strictly com-
' tit laalnti Itttalttoaa F Vnll wnnffn
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BAILEY'S BIKE BITS.
ITi:.MS OK INTHHKST TO HICYOW:
Kubter U tery scarce ani kteaJlly aJvanclne In
price llliyclestlret anJ tube also Carriage tire
nrellUelv In .vJ.ance In price. s cmls a I'AlK ad
vance alreaJy on Mtme tires NO ADVANCE
The o Inch wheel will not take the place of the a8
as aJverilseJ by some manufacturer In gg canvass
of various maters has resultej In an estimated of
from 1 to 10 per cent "Tlio Cidc Ace" sais It Is
a passlnc faJ, like the lo Inch front tthtet of a few
years ago. anJ the ery low lieaJ ot Ihls year Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reliaouuy which Kains ana Keep me pvpuuu mvui,
lliocliNMill bedocoratcJ and appearance In V,
KiuieJ even bv ihosu makers who have held bad
from usinK transfers strlplnir etc the demand Is
fur decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers
Judge Wilcox Denies Charge Made byGencral
King Commander of Forces Here Says
Matter is Now Offlclal.
Juduo Wilcox received this
morning nt9 o'clock another com
munication from Gouurnl Kin;.',
delivered this time by a linulen
nnt. Tho communication was ns
Hendquartars, District of Hawaii,
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. 21, 1893.
Honorable W. L, Wilcox,
Sir: I have your lottcr of tho
20th iu which you say you have
"nothing to add or retract from
tho communication," forwarded
I deeply regret that, at this stuco
of our national rotations, nn official
of tho Hawaiian Government
should assume that, from an official
covort, ho has tho right to issue
false and defamatory uttoranceB
concerning the Commnuding Gen
oral of tho U. S forces horo t-ta
tioned, but your reply to a court
eous lettor removes at oncn
tho matter from a personal
to an official issuo and yourself
frpm tho further consideration of
Brigadier General, U. S. V.
Immediately the recess hour
enme, Judga Wilcox sat down at
his desk and, writing the follow
ing nnBwer, Beut the samo to tho
neatlquartors ot uenoral wing t
n polico olhcor:
Honolulu, Octobor 21, 1898.
To Brigadier Gonoral Chailes
Kiug, U. S. V.
I beg to acknowledge tho lecoipt
of your letter dated October 21st,
aud in reply would say, that I
deny in toto having "icsu 3d any
also and defamatory utterances
concerning thn commanding gen
eral of tho U. b. forcos horo sta
tioned." Still ontertnining the highest
reapoct for the oflico hold by you.
W. LUTIIKU WII.COX.
District Magistrate of Honolulu.
Tho stock of tho O. It. .fc L. Co.
was listed ou tho stock cxctinngo
this morning. From tho street
tho Bnlo of 5 shares of Honokaa nt
$350 was reported. J000 (5 por
cent bond O. It. & L. Co sold at
SlOOOon change O. It. .fc L. Co.
stock was oifored at $80, 12wa was
ottered at $225, Kahuku $1-10, C.
Hrowor & Co. SG00, Pioneer Mill
$375. Wnimoa $125. For Oam
aesesaablo $1-11 was bid uud Sl-1!
Minister Cooper, nlthough still
suffering from a touch of tho grip,
camo clown to the Foroign Oifico
this tuoining. Minister Kiug is
still confined to his houso. Thoro
was a Cabinet meeting nttonded by
Ministers Cooper, Damon and
Smith. Several matters wero (lis
cussod, but notuiug was finnlly
determined. Prosidont Dole is ex
pected back from Hawaii in the
Maunn Loa this day week.
Talking Ut NPtr I.ilir.
0. D. Davis, a native of Kontuc
kv, now 11 niomber ot tho lo'al
firm ot Davis and Uivens is
broichiug tho subject of Ameri
can uogro labor to tho sugnr plan
ters. Mr. Davis, from his know
ledgo of tho ntgro believes that a
class of laborors can bo nolected
from this rnco outiroly satisfactory
to tho planting iutorests.
Hall of United Chinese Society Appropriately
Decorated-Officials and Merchants
Who Will Assist.
Elaborate proparatious liavo
been mado at the rooms of tho
United Chinct-o Soeiety for tho
recoption to Yang Woi Pin, His
Imperial Chinese Maj-sty'H Con
buI for tho Hawaiian Islands, from
X to ij this afternoon.
Potted ferns btnnd on either
side of the top of the ptairs. Tho
Chinese 11 in gathered over tho
entran 0 of tho hnllwii). An im
meiibo dragon bai nor, fastened
with red, green and yellow
roseltes, drapes tho wall back of
tho plat'orm in thn reception
ro.im. Flower aro overywhore,
the provailing colors being pur
ple, yellow and red, Pottm! forua
.re disposed throughout the re-
ceptiou nnd dining rooms ns well
as the hallways.
A largo reception committee to
recoive visit-us ami will includo
Messrs. Goo Kim Fni and Wong
Kwni, vice couhuIs; Chang Kim,
Leung Pak Lain, Yuig King
Nam aud Lo Ting Kwui, lepro-'
seming tho United Chinese Socie
ty; f'hw Kam, Wong Loong,
Lam Kam Cliiug and Wan Yen
Nam, representing the Chiueso
Doirl of Protective Union, and
tho lea ling Chinese mi-rchnnts.
J. W. Chapman, ihrf famous
enterer, hat) chari! of the rofroh-
iuoiiIh, wlncn will l) ou the
sumptuous huale iHiial to Chinese
. A native Hawaiian orchestra
will fumi-di muio during the re
ception, as the Imtid H still 011 us
The function has n historical
aspeot, as lang Wei Pin is the
hrM representative of thu i-jinpira
of China with Uio rank of Consul
over sunt to t'o Hawaiiau Islands.
Goo Kim Fni and Wong Kwai,
who hao hitherto been commer
cial agent-", are also given 011-
linnco J consular rank as vice con
nuls to United States terri'ory.
Au nit Willi Diiully i-iiiiiii,
Tho case of Tang Ng, a soeciol
po'ic'mau nt Oalin plautatiou,
oamo up iu tho Police Court this
morning nud is being continued
this aftorno iu. The charge is as
fault with a deadly weapon to
wit, a lino, ou Chan Lung, a labor
er on tho plantation Attorney
Hatch appoared for the defoudaut
nud Attorney McClnunhau for tho
'Hi is in the outcome, of trouble
that resulted on Oahu planiaiion a
short time ago 'vhou it iw attempt
ed t) move the Chinese cuiup to
Chan Lung, the complaining
witness, camo into tho court room
with a part of hi 1 iglit ear gone.
This was supposed to have heen
taken olf by tho hoc in th-i bands
of the defendant.
Mr. Mnx Nordnu
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Highc.it Honors World's Fair
Oohl Alcdnl, Midwinter Fair.